Oct 12, 2021 • 7 min read
A growing trend of censorship and suppression in the name of religion is cracking down on Malaysia’s creative sector. The country’s artists are finding ways to fight back and speak out
By Amanda Oon - Oct 12, 2021
Amanda Oon is an editor at Southeast Asia Globe. Originally from the UK, Amanda moved to Singapore at the end of 2019. She has experience in managing editorial and events, and has launched a number of B2B content platforms. She has also written articles for various publications and clients, including DXC THRIVE and Huawei, and interviewed several senior public and private sector figures.
Before moving to Singapore, Amanda was a Deputy Editor at a B2B media company specialising in events and editorial in cybersecurity.